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CAPE COD FASHION WEEK


Our History

Our Founder

Our Vision is to highlight the culture & lifestyle of Cape Cod throughout the year!

Angela Ackerman 
info@capecodfashionweek.com
774 392 5747

Marie Younger-Blackburn
Queen Business Connector
Visionary / Founder 
Driven Cape Cod Conference for Women

Conrad Lamour 
Fashion Industry Expert

Acclaimed Fashion Designer

CEO at Brazilian Fashion Week USA 

CEO at EnVogue Fashion Week

Alecia Jean Orsini Lebeda

Multi Media Guru 

VP at Women in Film and Video: New England

Host at WCAI-FM

Videographer at Geek Girl Camp



Cape Cod Fashion Week © 2013-2017  |  All Rights Reserved

​2018 CCFW - Lower/Outer Cape
MONDAY AUGUST 6, 2018
- SUNDAY AUGUST 12, 2018 

Contacts

Our Vision

Jordana Luchetti
International Spokesperson 
CEO / Founder 
JLC - Public Relations & Marketing

Our Staff

2018 CCFW - Upper/Mid Cape
SUNDAY JULY 8, 2018

- SATURDAY JULY 14, 2018 



Lyndsey Crivelli

Years of experience: 10

Expertise: hair makeup beauty

Danyca Penick

Years of experience: 15

Expertise: events styling fundraising

Angela Ackerman

Years of experience: 20

Expertise: business development

Our Advisors

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The first Fashion Week was in New York in 1943, when the United States fashion industry could not get into France for Paris fashion shows, and decided to bring the best of American design together, with one main purpose: to distract attention from French fashion during WW II, when workers in the fashion industry were unable to travel to Paris. This was an opportune moment, as for centuries designers in America had been thought to be reliant on the French for inspiration. Eleanor Lambert, a fashion publicist, organized an event she called ‘Press Week’ to showcase American designers for fashion journalists, who had previously ignored their works. The Press Week was a success, and, as a result, magazines like Vogue (which were normally filled with French designs) began to feature more and more American innovations. Until 1994, shows were held in different locations, such as hotels, or lofts.  It has since grown into a biannual celebration where designers release their seasonal lines. More recently, local cities have adapted this idea to highlight their local designers.​ To that end, our vision .....

Kerry Rowell
Years of experience: 10

Expertise: sales operations sponsorships